Hello! I've been drawing for a while now, but I haven't taken many steps to improve my art other than only drawing off of references. I often times felt lost when I'd ask myself, "What do I need to do next to take my drawing skills to the next level?" I really hope that this course will be able to guide me in the right direction so I don't feel that sense of being lost and confused.
I've drawn pencil and paper for quite some time, but digital is completely new to me. As of now, I'm currently using a drawing tablet without a screen, a simple Wacom Intuos. When drawing on paper, I feel as if I can really feel the forms that I'm drawing, but I don't get that same feeling with this tablet. It'll just be something I'll have to get used to I suppose.
I'm making this forum post because of something Marc said about gaining motivation to keep going because other people are expecting you to keep posting your progress. Anyways, I'm excited to be on this journey!
I have this bad habit of curving my lines near the start and/or end. It's a little annoying but I'll try to work on it.
It was quite difficult for me to draw these ellipses digitally for the first time. I can see the perspective is messed up a little bit for some of these, but I suppose improvement will come with time.
I tried to stay true to the assignment and not add any sort of perspective to the boxes used for the head, pelvis, and ribcage. It feels a little odd, but I think it's good practice.
I appreciate any sort of criticism on my progress so far! Also, if anyone has any tips specific to digital art, I'd love to hear it!